Depression Glass Dinnerware Accessories

Doris Yeske

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Gracious table settings of the 1920s and '30s are a joy to behold. Coordinated glass dinnerware sets produced in the Depression era contained a wonderful assortment of specialized pieces, each serving a specific purpose for the family meal. Showcased here are centerpieces, candleholders, center-handled trays and bowls, tidbit servers, Serva-snack sets, relish dishes, candy dishes, cake plates, punch sets, and more. The informative text features an overview of each category, and captions provide specific descriptions, manufacturers, dates, measurements, and current values. Become familiar with these versatile accessories and enjoy using them to glamorize table settings today!

Size: 6" x 9" | 288 color photos | Price Guide | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764322860

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Doris Yeske is a retired teacher and veteran collector from Wisconsin. This is her fourth book on Depression glass for Schiffer Publishing.